Łukasz Czynienik and Zbigniew PaszkiewiczŁukasz is a legal advisor at the Warsaw office of the law firm Hogan Lovells, at the Department of Intellectual Property, Media and Technology, http://www.hoganlovells.com/lukasz-czynienik/. Łukasz's professional experience includes advising Polish and foreign clients on all aspects related to intellectual property rights. In particular, he provides legal advice on copyrights, industrial property rights, Internet technology issues, unfair competition, personal data, privacy, trade secrets, domain names, civil and commercial law.

The best way to contact Łukasz is via mail lukasz.czynienik@hoganlovells.com.

Zbigniew is a permanent researcher at the Department of Information Technology at the Poznan University of Economics, https://www.linkedin.com/in/zpaszkiewicz. He has been involved in scientific work on process mining and computer supported collaboration. He is a member of IEEE Task Force on Process Mining http://www.win.tue.nl/ieeetfpm/, the author of articles and scientific papers on process mining, the author of the pilot process mining implementations in the Polish market and the author of the blog Process mining the Polish way http://www.eksploracjaprocesow.pl/page/process-mining-polish-way. Last year he co-founded the Polish Process Mining Group, www.processmining.pl.

The best way to contact Zbigniew is via mail zpasz@kti.ue.poznan.pl. You can subscribe to his tweets at http://twitter.com/zpaszk.

Legal Aspects of Process Mining

In this Article, Lukasz Czynienik and Zbigniew Paszkiewicz, both legal experts, address legal issues associated with practical use of process mining techniques. The issues discussed include handling privacy in the work place, processing of personal data, as well as copyright protection of databases.